Chill Puck a Social Business Story leveraging social for brand advocacy.
I am a big fan or should I say advocate of companies that engage their customers and provide a great service or product offering. My experience with Chill Puck meets this scenario. Chill Puck has a dynamic product and they get social engagement.
As a social selling advocate, I like to connect with like-minded sales and marketing professionals. Back in December, I connected online with Jack Kosakowski, Social Sales Advisor for Chill Puck. I became familiar with Jack and Chill Puck watching numerous video chats like the #Socialhangout reading blog posts, updates and tweets. We connected instantly on Twitter and LinkedIn etc.
My initial experience with Chill Puck was off to a great start. Chill Puck sent me some samples and the rest is history. I tested the product and liked the concept but more importantly, I loved how the team from Chill Puck interacts and engages with customers online socially. Establishing social proof online, building and maintaining relationships and never leaving future advocates and customers behind.
So what is Cool about The Chill Puck.
- Innovative product Design
- Unlimited Market Potential “ People like cold refreshing drinks”
- Customizable Logos – Specialty Advertising – Promotional Gifts
- Social savvy Company. They Get Social and Experiential Marketing
- Great Customer Support – Personal Brand Relationships
- Supports Non-Profits, Charities and Fundraisers
I could write much more about The Chill Puck Experience but a video is good way to tell this business story, conceptualize, visualize and recognize a cool product socially.
In Lehman’s Terms Chill Puck is refreshing because they get social engagement and they have a really cool product. Checkout you their website at http://www.chillpuck.com for more details and follow them on social channels. A big thanks to Team Chill Puck, Curtis Peters and Nishan Pilibosian Founders and the Social Selling Advocate Jack Kosakowski for their support socially and keeping my drinks cold. Follow Chill Puck on Twitter @TheChillPuck